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YOUR FIRST JOB

AN UNINHIBITED GUIDE TO ACHIEVE EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS IN YOUR CAREER

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ABOUT THE BOOK

Making the transition from the world of school to the world of work can be a rude awakening. You’re shifting from a life where all the rules for obtaining success are pretty straightforward—go to class, get good grades, get a degree, and, if you’re lucky, you’ll get a job when you graduate. Simple. But then what? Well, you’re on your own. That’s where Smash The Curve comes in. We will be your guide; your instructions to the game; your virtual tool chest to take your career from ordinary to exceptional.


WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • The Unspoken Rules of the Corporate World
  • How to Look and Act like The CEO
  • Use Social Media to Your Advantage
  • Work Without Stress
  • Get Promoted Faster
  • Build Your Network The Right Way
  • Achieve What You Desire
  • Find Your Dream Job

WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE

50 LESSONS

Over a decade worth of business knowledge to take your career from ordinary to extraordinary.

CHEAT SHEETS & VIDEOS

Cheat sheets and Video Tutorials to accelerate your growth throughout your career.

QUICK TIPS

Quick Tips and Online Resources for immediate action and results in your work.

ONLINE TOOLS

Unlock access to dozens of cheat sheets, templates and tutorials, and access to the Smash The Curve experts for advice.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Justin Kitrosser started his career in the financial world and quickly shifted into his passion, real estate development. For seven years, Justin worked with two of the top real estate firms in the country managing and marketing over a billion dollars worth of real estate development in New York City, South Florida and the Caribbean. ”When I first entered the workforce, I made a lot of mistakes that could have been avoided. It would have saved me a lot of guesswork to have a website like this. After years of managing and training entry-level employees in the companies I worked for, I felt creating a book and website like Smash The Learning Curve would give young professionals the tools they needed to be successful from day one.” Justin is currently a Managing Partner at one of the most preeminent real estate marketing firms in the country with a focus on digital strategy. He currently lives in New York City with his wife, Renee, while exploring his passions for writing, traveling and photographing the natural world.

“When I first entered the workforce, I made a lot of mistakes that could have been avoided. It would have saved me a lot of guesswork to have a website like this. After years of managing and training entry-level employees in the companies I worked for, I felt creating a book and website like Smash The Learning Curve would give young professionals the tools they needed to be successful from day one.” – Justin Kitrosser

As an entry-level employee at a tech firm, Smash The Learning Curve: Your First Job, has made a tremendous impact on the way I conduct myself with senior level staff. Kitrosser provides the unspoken rules for accelerating your career growth. John Richards

1st Year at Google, Google Inc, NYC

Millennials have a ton of ambition and an innate desire to change the world on a grand scale. Smash The Learning Curve gives millennials the toolbox to make those ambitions reality. I make it required reading all twenty-somethings at my firm. Ashley S.

Public Relations Manager, PR Dash, LA

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MORE FROM THE BOOK…

This book started out as a personal journal of success and failure. Early on in my career, it became very clear to me that certain people were successful not because of some predestined path, but because they embodied very specific personality traits, communication skills, and replicable work techniques that made them stand out from the average. When I entered the workforce at age 22, I was excited to make my mark on the world. I stepped into my first job with a quiet ego, believing that I knew how to succeed in the business world. At the time, I didn’t understand why I wasn’t getting promoted every six months; I thought I was doing a killer job and deserved a raise and a new title every time I did something smart. It’s funny to look back at those moments now. I quickly learned that success isn’t just handed to you as a reward for good behavior, you need to go out and claim your success, and that takes planning. So, I became a “student” again…